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, it really want to know how we feel, asking is always cheaper than spying. edward snowden released that christmas message to the british public.
,atriots of the country everything else has had to do with money. snowden appeared in a christmas message aired by a british television station. here is what he had to say. >> recently, we learned our governments, working in concert, have created a system of worldwide surveillance, watching everything we do. george orwell warned us of the danger of this kind of information. the types of collection in the book, microphones, video cameras, tvs that much as, are nothing compared to what we have available today. we have sensors in our pockets that track us everywhere we go. think about what this means for the privacy of the average person. will grow uptoday
the world. by getting the story that glen greenwald got, snowden through carefully selected media outlets in germany france and brazil among many others. snowden has yet to come in from the cold. he's lying low in wintery moscow but according to the journalists involved, this story is far from resolved. there are more coming. our starting point, the adopted home of american journalist glen greenwald, rio de janeiro, brazil. >> i had been contacted in december 2012, by someone who didn't identify himself but had interested material he thought hiwould want to look at. so i said send me something. he sent me encrypted documents. i immediately knew this was one of the most important security leaks in history. i had been working on surveillance issues and suddenly in my lap had dropped some of the most potent instruments for shining a light on what they were doing, beyond your wildest dreams as a journalist. unprecedented nature of the documents was going to be a earthquake in the political and media landscape around the world. and in the next i need my editor to get the guardian behind it in
not clemency for edward snowden. there's only so much you can do to prepare for an all-out assault like that. we hunkered down, we braced ourselves... we just didn't have the numbers on the ground. what did we do? we used our navy federal cashrewards card to fly in reinforcements. nana. hoooaah! alright nana! 4 million members. 4 million stories. navy federal credit union. >>> issue 2, whistleblower or felon. the editorial board of the new york times has decisively weighed in on the case of edward snowden, the former nsa, that's national security agency, contractor who seven monthsing a leaked reames of information about nsa's surveillance programs to the press, and by proxy to the world. mr. snowden fled the u.s., first to hong kong, then to moscow where he has temporary asylum. the u.s. government has charged mr. snowden with espionage and theft. this past thursday the new york times described mr. snowden as a whistleblower, not a criminal. "considering the enormous value of information he has revealed mr. snowden deserves better than a life of permanent exile fear and flight. he may have
coast. >>> plus, calls for mercy. two prominent newspapers demand nsa leaker edward snowden be allowed to return to the united states. >>> and wrongful death lawsuit. an nfl player murders his girlfriend, then kills himself. why his mother is blaming the team for it all. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim acosta. you're in "the situation room." >>> well, if you live in the northeast, you're about to get hit very hard. a monster storm threatening nearly 100 million people across 22 states is barreling towards the region right now with some of the fiercest conditions only hours away. cape cod and long island are facing blizzard warnings where winds are already gusting up to 40 miles per hour while new york city and boston could see as much as a foot of snow each. cnn has team coverage across the region but we begin with our frederick pleitgen in boston where conditions are so bad, the airport is about to stop all flights. what can you tell us? >> reporter: yeah, we are feeling the conditions getting worse really by the hour. right now, the snow is getting a lot heavier. also, we're feeli
events of 2013 and one of the faces that we will remember -- that is that of edward snowden. >> and 70 people in the arctic are gearing up to celebrate their own new year's. we will tell you about the latest land to rescue them. stay with us. stay with us. >> welcome back. new year's celebrations are already under way for millions of people in the pacific. partygoers on the islands of samoa were the first to ring in 2014. >> about an hour ago, australia joined in the fun. people in sydney started the new year in style with an incredible fireworks display at the sydney harbour bridge. not bad. >> that looks incredible. >> in berlin, there are about eight hours and 40 minutes -- not that we are counting -- to go until the clocks strike midnight. >> big crowds are expected to join the public party at the brandenburg gate in the center of the city, and you could watch live right here on dw. >> another german new year's tradition is an address to the nation by the chancellor. in fact, it is becoming a tradition. >> after winning her third electoral victory, angela merkel has recorded the ni
up, patriot or traitor? edward snowden has been in russia. many said it'd be fine if he never came back. we'll have that debate. >>> and "the new york times" reported that al qaeda had nothing at all to do with the benghazi attacks and that, yes, the anti-islamist video did play a role. so how has the right reacted? claiming the story was a whitewash designed to clear hillary clinton of any responsibility. >>> also, brian boitano joins us. he's the figure skater who's joining billie jean king in russia where they are protesting the treatment of gays. >>> and whether you drink like a democrat or republican, you are what you drink at least politically. this is "hardball," the place for politics. she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgen
program exposed by edward snowden, new details emerge about a secretive nsa unit hacks into computers around the world. sometimes the nsa even intercepts computers purchased online in order to place spyware on them before the customer receives them. we will speak to journalists glenn greenwald and jameel jaffer of the aclu. >> there is a broader pattern here in which the courts are advocating their role under our constitutional system. they are supposed to be ensuring the government's national security policies are consistent with the constitution. instead, what is happening as many of these challenges are being thrown out at the threshold. >> despite long-term unemployment being at its highest level since world war ii, 1.3 million americans have just lost their unemployment benefits. we will look at why. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. opposition activists are claiming over 500 people have died in weeks of syrian government airstrikes on the city of aleppo. the steering observatory for human rights h
newspapers called ton the administration to pardon edward snowden for his role leaking information about the spy agency's activities. it is argued that he's a whistle blower who deserves better than a life of permanent exile. an editorial in the paper of record concluded by stating, quote, president obama should tell his aides to find a way to end mr. snowden's vilify indication and give him an incentive to return home. coming up, glen greenwald, the first journalist to break the story will respond to that editorial. first, kentucky senator rand paul is here with an exclusive announcement involving a major lawsuit against president obama. senator, others have filed but your class action lawsuit is the first of its kind. this takes it to a new level. >> the question is whether you can have a single warrant apply to millions of people. we thought what better way to illustrate the point than by having hundreds of thousands of americans sign up for a class action suit. about six months ago we began this call. we have several hundred thousand people who want to be part of the suit to say to t
edward snowden a whistle-blower, one even says he's done a great service for the u.s. a push for snowden to get clemency. >>> colorado on a rocky mountain high today. yes, we said it. day two of legal pot sales in that state. but hundreds of people had to be turned away yesterday. we'll have a live report from denver, next. [ male announcer ] this is the story of the little room over the pizza place on chestnut street the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreling down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had the power to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world's great stories. that began much the same way ours did. in a little dorm room -- 2713. ♪ this magic moment ♪ ttdd# 1-800-345-2550 can take you in many directions. searching for trade ideas that spark your curiosity tdd# 1-800-345-2550 you read this. watch that. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 you look for what's next. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we can help turn inspiration into action tdd# 1-800-345-2550 boost
edward snowden hasn't booked a flight home to the u.s. yet. two prominent papers say the government should forgive him. >>> also in national news, after he did not show up for mass, a beloved priest was found dead in his church's rectory. police say he was murdered. who did it, and why? >>> good afternoon. i'm jake tapper. welcome to "the lead." we begin with the national lead. if you've still got house guests from the holidays lingering in your home that you want to get rid of, i regret to tell you may have missed your window. 100 million people are in the path of a wintry blast in 22 states. we're talking blizzard-like conditions here, inch upon inch of snow, sub-zero temperatures that will make you want to wrap yourself up before leaving the house. more than 1700 flights are canceled all across the country. parts of illinois have already gotten a foot of snow. it has been falling in chicago and other areas on and off and when it moves out, people there will still have to suffer bitterly cold temperatures. a nor'easter is brewing off the east coast, where the trouble is just begin
revelations of edward snowden, the aclu has filed a lawsuit seeking to force the u.s. government to disclose details of its foreign electronics surveillance program that has targeted millions of everyday people. >> let's take a look at the man who exposed the spying program that wants operated in darkness. >> edward snowden became one of the most well-known faces of 2013 by leaking classified material from the united states. he unmasked the extent of surveillance i the u.s. and british secret services. he told the world about the u.s. data mining program. >> recently, we learned our governments working in concert have created a system of worldwide mass surveillance, watching everything we do. >> snowden was part of that system. as a computer expert and contractor to the national security agency, he said his criticism fell on deaf ears. >> over time, that awareness of wrongdoing builds up that you feel compelled to talk about it. the more you talk about it, the more you are ignored and told it's not troubled. >> but snowden did see it as a problem and decided to come forward. >> edward snowde
. >> thank you. >>> coming up, we're going to talk about the path forward for edward snowden. a new year bringing new controversies. we're going to talk about that and more in today's top lines. open to ambition. open to bold ideas. that's why new york has a new plan -- dozens of tax free zones all across the state. move here, expand here, or start a new business here and pay no taxes for ten years... we're new york. if there's something that creates more jobs, and grows more businesses... we're open to it. start a tax-free business at startup-ny.com. >>> much of the country is still recovering from this weekend's winter storm. the snow may be over, but it is extremely and frankly in some places dangerously cold. the wind chills has dragged temperatures down to negative 37 in minneapolis and chicago. that is heading east. stay warm, everybody. >>> we're going to turn to a security debate. as the courts begin to smackdown the nsa, does edward snowden look more like a whistle-blower than a fugitive? "the new york times," says yes. one republican is saying the intelligence chief should face
cannot take anymore after the snowden leaks. maybe talk to me a little bit about how those leaks are affecting policy prescriptions across the board. challenge of what was disclosed is the massive but together a variety of things. leaks -- iabout the categorize them into three types of activity. smart, sensible espionage against american enemies. there was a series of activities that was disclosed that way. the second category i would put in terms of questionable -- legally questionable, politically questionable, a sickly efforts that involve u.s. citizens -- a sickly efforts that involve u.s. citizens -- involvey efforts that u.s. citizens. to be blunt and direct, a third category we could call " "stupid," which is collecting close intelligence on american allies. we have these three categories out there so when people talk about this issue and how upset they are about what the government is doing or upset they are with snowden and should he get clemency or not, they usually focus in on one of those categories. in turn it is effective in the way we have talked about it. we have
, passengers on board a russian research ship are finally going to head home. >>> edward snowden should get asylum as the "new york times" surprise editorial that claims the nsa leaker deserves a deal because he did the country a great service. >>> snap chat users you've been hacked. 4.6 million user names and phone numbers leaked online months after snap chat was warned about a major security hole. you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning everyone. i'm fredricka whitfield in for carol costello. she has the day off. just minutes ago, a new pulse of the economy according to the labor department, jobless claims fell last week to 339,000, that's better than expected, and the lowest weekly level in a month. alison kosik is in the new york bureau. good news to start a new year. >> it is good news to start the new year, what it basically shows is layoffs are slowing. the trick is we want to see more jobs being offered out there, more hiring going on. for that we look to the big cahuna, the government jobs report. that comes out a week from tomorrow, january 10th, the forecast is for 190,00
levels, john. >> when we come back, should nsa leeker edward snowden be granted clemency. i tweeted this out and you retreated me. fiery words from peter king on that very subject. he is lashing out at a fellow republican, kentucky senator rand paul who suggests leniency for edward snowden. here is a bit for each of them. >> i don't think we cannily apply the law. clapper did break the law and there is a prison sentence for that and so is there edward snowden. i don't think edward snowden deserves the death penalty. >> rand paul doesn't know what he is talking about and spreading fear among the american people and comparing general croppets to snowden. to me he's either totally unamerican or part of the crowd that left us in the 1960s. >> they don't mince their words. our political insiders are coming back. tell us what you think at harris faulkner #fn insiders. ion core™, it stops pain before it gets worse. nothing works faster. new fast acting advil. look for it in the white box. i needed a new laptop for my pre-med classes, something that runs office and has a keyboard. but i w
in the country started off the year by asking for some form of clemency for edward snowden. is there any reason to think president obama would want to green leniency to someone who stole countless secret highly cl classified documents? we'll get to that. and president obama, what might he be watching on his flight home? reporters spotted "madmen" dvds on his plane. stick around for that. but, first, barack obama is a social media savvy president. the idea for his january 2011 town hall was pretty simple. went like this. people would submit questions on youtube and the rest of america would get to vote on those questions. what would be asked to the president. but when it came time to answer them, the president didn't end up responding to the most popular questions. he answered what his team described as, quote, a selection of them. and there was a reason for this. the reason why obama didn't want strict majority rule when it came to question selection for his town hall. because when all the votes were counted up, 99 of the top 100 questions were about the same politically sensitive subject. mari
for nsa leaker, edward snowden. "the new york times" editorial board saying enormous value lies in the information snowden has revealed and the abuses he has exposed. they write quote mr. snowden deserves better than a life of permanent exile, fear and flight. he may have committed a crime to do so, but he has done his country a great service. it is time for the united states to offer mr. snowden a plea bargain or some form of clemency that would allow him to return home. the "times" goes on to say snowden should have the hope to lead a life of advocating for greater privacy and intelligence oversight. snowden has temporary asylum in russia, he's charged with espionage and felony theft of government property involving close to two million government documents, u.s. officials have urged him to return and face those charges. >>> >>> 14 people were rushed to the hospital wednesday an after apartment building in downtown minneapolis caught fire after an explosion. minneapolis firefighters did the best they could to control the fire. they had to fall back because the building became
provided by nsa leaker edward snowden and reported by the "washington post." how would the super computer work? when the regular computer tries to solve a problem it has to go through at least one solution one by one by one. it simultaneously tries every possibility. according to documents the quantum computer is being developed at this lab in maryland. how close is nsa to fichb issuing this computer? it could be five years to a decade away. they wouldn't comment on the project. brian todd, cnn, washington. >>> support by two newspapers to give edward snowden a break. should the fugitive be given a deal to come home? [ male announcer ] this is the story of the little room over the pizza place on chestnut street the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreling down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had the power to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world's great stories. that began much the same way ours did. in a little dorm room -- 2713. ♪ this magic moment ♪
may be a deal breaker for palestinians. "consider this". dwawrn edward snowden gets a plea deal. and sex abuse for priests is out of jail. and the lord of the piracy rings. check the most illegally downloaded entertainment of 2013. hello o&m sheila macvicar sitting in for antonio mora. looming deadline for yet another u.s. brokered deal to resolve the conflict twin israelis and palestinians. secretary of state john kerry is in israeli to meet prime minister benjamin netanyahu. secretary of state kerry says he hoapped thhoped to use the meetn agreed framework. >> an agreed framework would be a significant break through. it would address all of the core issues we have been addressing since day 1 including borders, security, refugees, jerusalem, neutral recognition and the end of conflict and of all claims. >> but after president boost -- abbas celebrated the return of palestinian prisoners, committed to peace? >> a few days alert in ramallah, president abbas, to glory the murders of innocent women and men as zeros is an outrage. >> joining me from washington, d.c, ambassador thoma
and people are concerned with civil liberty somehow that all of this on a sort of grand scale, snowden and syria -- all the s's effects us -- affects us in vermont. and so in vermont, there's a federal organization that just happens to be in vermont because it happens to be in -- vermont. it's just 150 people or so who sit at computers and they process every police query nationwide of a potential illegal alien. that is their job. it's part of i.c.e. which is part of the department of homeland security. but inside that building is also a group called b. r. a. g. the guy -- bioterrorism something, something group. they process all the applications that have to do with people seeking jobs with what are called type one or type -- two bayou agents. there's a law. called the patriot act act, which in in detail says you can't work in the bioterrorism -- biological or chemical type one or two field untiles you are cleared. if you're not not cleared, you actually gate tight. you are called a restricted person. so i started to do some research because i wanted to know how many restricted people
that was meant for someone else that was very close to the obamas and the new york times from edward snowden and a whistleblower and the agenda panel will chime in on that one and that's the topic of a question for you. should edward snowden be granted clemency? weigh in on twitter or facebook. ♪ [ male announcer ] bob's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ cellphones beeping ] ♪ [ cellphone rings ] hello? [ male announcer ] over 12,000 financial advisors. good, good. good. over $700 billion dollars in assets under care. let me just put this away. [ male announcer ] how did edward jones get so big? could you teach our kids that trick? [ male announcer ] by not acting that way. ok, last quarter... [ male announcer ] it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. ♪ as a police officer, i've helped many people in the last 23 years, but i needed help in quitting smoking. [ male announcer ] along
in exile for edward snowden? first the developments in the benghazi story. joining me here in washington on our set is nbc chief news foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. and from vermont, "new york times" cairo bureau chief. david, thank you for being here. it changes the narrative, it changes the report on benghazi, and let me lay out the context of what you conclude. months of investigation, you write, by the "new york times" centered on extensive interviews with libyans in benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that al qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault. the attack was led instead by fighters who had benefited directly from nato's air power and logistics support during the uprising against colonel ka gaud i. and contrary to claims by some members of congress, it was fueled by islam. two key points. how do you know it wasn't al qaeda? >> well, i don't think i'm out on a limb there. i think honestly if you asked anybody in the u.s. intelligence business, they would tell you the same t
much. >>> and a major foush chemicpus clemency for edward snowden. the "new york times" says enormous value lies in the information he has revealed writing, mr. snowden deserves better than a life of permanent exile, fear and flight. he may have committed a crime to do so, but he has done his country a great service. it is time for the united sta s states -- he should have the hope to lead a life of advocating for greater privacy and intelligence oversight. snowden has temporary asylum in russia. he's charged with espionage and felony theft of government property. u.s. officials have urged him to return and face the charges. >>> 14 people were rushed to the hospital after an apartment building in downtown minneapolis caught fire from an explosion. firefighters did the best they could to control the 20 foot flames but were eventually forced to foul back. fire officials say the building became unsafe and firefighters had to battle that blaze from the outside with hoses. they also had to deal with freezing temperatures and windchills near minus 20 degrees. residents of the second and th
edward snowden. so should the fugitive be allowed to return home without any penalty at all after leaking many of the nation's security secrets? that story coming up next. >>> the former head of our nation's spy agency referred to him as a traitor. but there are now calls for clemency for nsa leaker edward snowden, the former contractor who released classified documents before escaping overseas. the "new york times," along with britain's guardian newspaper, defending snowden in recent editorials. the times calling snowden a whistle blower who exposed illegal actions by the government. joining me to talk about it, susanest ridge, professor of law and professor of science at usc. you wrote a column about this this week which as always, was terrific. what do you think of this notion of clemency for snowden? >> not much, is what i think of it, gregg. i'm going to predict that you're going to agree with me on this. but this guy committed, or allegedly committed, very serious crimes, violations of the espionage act and there you got the "new york times" and it's saying, well, he may have commit
. >>> we're back here in one minute with one of edward snowden's lead attorneys. are more surprises in store for 2014? plus, this holiday season, praying for billy graham. >> he felt god did this to put him in that place so he could be a spiritual counselor and adviser, and every one of the presidents always, at some point in that relationship, would talk to my father about spiritual things. >> my colleague harry smith with a special look at a man who has been a spiritual leader to millions for more than half a century. >>> plus, our roundtable is back with its analysis and insights about the u.s. and its position in the world. what are the bigg (vo) you are a business pro. seeker of the sublime. you can separate runway ridiculousness... from fashion that flies off the shelves. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. (natalie) ooooh, i like your style. (vo) so do we, business pro. so do we. go national. go like a pro. >>> president obama and the u.s.
snowden. should lawmakers be sounding off in public about what should happen to him? our media analysts weigh in. jenna: tonight florida state and auburn play for the bcs national championship. it is the became that matters -- game that matters. it comes at a tense time for the world of college sports. major schools are making millions of dollars a year from tv and tickets and merchandise sales. they're facing questions whether and how to compensate the student athletes that make it all happen. william la jeunesse is live in los angeles with more on this. >> reporter: jenna, attitudes are changing for two reasons? number one, college players have rights to their image success according to a court case and secondly fairness. should universities, conferences, and coaches get all the revenues or share it with the players who make it possible? this year's bowl season payed out more than $200 million. annual tv rights for major college football, 20 million per school per year. not to mention ticket sales, marketing and almost 5 billion in t-shirts and jerseys. >> this is run like the nfl and
performed by national captioning institute] clemency forr edward snowden. be our topic for this morning's "washington journal", whether or not edward snowden deserves clemency. contact us via social media @ cspanwj if you want to take part in the conversation, there is also a whole you can vote on their. can also send us an e-mail. before we get your calls and before we get to that discussion, here are some items in the news this morning from "the hill" newspaper. climate to be 2014 battlefield. climate change and energy will be a major battlefield. that is in "the hill" newspaper this morning. "politico," eric cantor plans to schedule a vote next week on a measure. another article from "the hill," this morning. also from "the hill," this morning. from "the new york times" this morning -- that is all we want to talk to you this morning. whether or not edward snowden should be offered clemency. you can see the numbers up on the screen. you can contact us via social media, twitter, facebook and e- mail. is from bill who is calling on our independent line, mount theory, maryland. bill, ple
making online headlines. coming up on the show today, tech industry news dominated by the snowden revelations. 2013, the year of the self he. most popularhe viral videos of the past 12 months. no one had heard of them six months ago but edward snowden is not considered to be one of the most influential figures of 2013. -- now considered to be one of most influential figures. a torrent of news stories and had massive repercussions. webas a huge eye-opener for users and prompted much commentary from web giants and politicians. to such an extent the former nsa contractor told the washington post recently he feels his mission has been accomplished. some a web users no longer able to trust the big internet companies implicated in likesment spying -- the of google, facebook, and yahoo! have changed on my. in a bid to protect rousing data, a growing number of people have been turning toward alternative search engines that don't track their users. chats and internet shopping -- they have been going to a site prison break listing secure programs they can use to protect privacy. torators ha
'easter. >>> plus, pleas for clemency. what does nsa leaker edward snowden think about the growing support for his return to the united states? his legal advisor is here to respond. >>> and hitting the slopes. russian president vladimir putin hits the slopes hoping to convince the world the winter olympics will be safe. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim acosta. you're in "the situation room." >>> first, a massive nor'easter now a dangerous arctic blast is piercing the northeast as much of the region struggles to dig out from up to two feet of snow, bone-chilling temperatures are setting in. tonight, it's expected to get down near zero in new york's central park and below zero in boston, but it doesn't stop there. parts of the midwest could see some of their coldest temperatures in 15 to 20 years, where highs by monday will likely be in the negative, yes, negative double digits. cnn has team coverage of this story, including the bitter forecast, but first, let's get to our frederick pleitgen in boston, where the focus is shifting from the snow to this deep freeze. what can you tell us? >> reporter
now! >> my name is edward snowden, i'm 29 years old. in hawaii. >> what my country is going through as a result of this climate events is madness. the climate crisis is madness. >> in the next week, turn it over, all of it. without delay and allow a full and total accounting for that. but he isn't about to do it and it can be done, obviously. >> if a person is gay and seeks god and has goodwill, who am i to judge them? >> children born today grow up in a world without doma, and the same children who happen to be gay will be free to love and get thated as thea and i did with the same federal benefits and protections as anyone else. at 2013. a look back all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. at 2013.look back it was an historic year. edward snowden exposed how the national security agency amid the nsa, built a worldwide surveillance apparatus while chelsea manning wasn't it said 35 years in jail for leakin your secret documents -- was sentenced to 35 years in jail for leaking secret documents. pope francis w
of the things that snowden released was a single court order to the company verizon, that all of the records would be looked at, that's a generalized warrant. so, i think by bringing a class-action suit, where we have hundreds of thousands of people who come forward and say, my cell phone records are mine unless you go to a judge and ask a judge specifically for my records, you shouldn't be able to have a general warrant. i think the idea of having a class-action lawsuit really beats home and brings to the forefront the idea that this is a generalized warrant and it should be considered unconstitutional. >> this issue of clemency also back in the news for edward snowden. the "new york times" said, considering the enormous value of the information he has revealed and the abuses he has exposed, mr. snowden deserves better than a life of permanent exile, fear and flight. he may have committed a crime to do so, but he has done his country a great service. i want to know where you stand on this. a couple of months ago, we talked about this, you said we didn't know enough then. on friday, it may b
the leaked classified material. the "times" describes snowden as a whistle blower who should be praised for doing a great public service, but not everyone agr s agrees. >> edward is either traitor, defector or both and "the new york times" is as well. they've made themselves a "blame america first" as far as i'm concerned. >> he currently lives in russia where he was granted asylum. the "times" says snowden deserves some avenue to return home. considering the amount he has, mr. snowden deceives better than a life of permanent exile, fear, and flight. this is not the first talk of amnesty for snowden. senior nsa official rick le jet raised the possibility last month during an interview with "60 minutes." in some circles it's already gaining traction. >> you already have some members of congress coming out in favor of a little bit of leniency, not a full pardon, but trying to work out a way for snowden to come home. >> reporter: two federal judges say the massive collection of phone records was likely unconstitutional but another judge said it was legal. the "times" charges that they del
've been asking that question for years. >>> the latest break from the traitor scum edward snowden revealed the nsa is working on a super computer that will be able to break most types of encryption. it will be given the ability to crack things that are encrypted. the government is trying to develop it as a research program called penetrating hard target. not proud of those years. if i didn't do that, i wouldn't be where i am today. i know who to start with. >> just a visual you have making that. >> i'll go to you first. >> we've got a volunteer. >> call me. call me. >> you were saying that snowden deserves the same fate as somebody we didn't do yet because we didn't do that story. you were saying that snowden is a traitor. >> is this about snowden or the computer? he leaked this stuff. it's the next expected development in the surveillance technology. i think it's super dangerous. we had this hackers this week. there's a target thing. it gets in the wrong hands, we're screwed. >> i say that every weekend. mikey. >> yes, i'm british. >> i thought you were welsh. >> it's no longer whistle bl
in the last 30 years. >> change the topics. new york times said edward snowden ought to get a little bit of a relief here. he is really a hero and not a criminal and that he is just a whistle blower. >> i think that the nsa stuff is unconstitutional. i think it is overly broad and violates the fourth amendment. but mr. snowden has to be responsible for the way he went about his disclosures and when you have to assess the fact that he knew what the consequences would be. he has to be prepared for those. i think the government should entertain the notion of plea bargain. >> you work for the state department. you might have a different perspective of dealing with mr. snowden? >> i worked in the bush administration for secretary powells and rice. i had top level security chlorrance and snowden did as well. when you take that oath, you understand that it is people and american's lives and foreign assets are at risk when you release information. you can't know the consequences of what you do. and you have to prosecute snowden fully for what he's done because he put lives at risk. >> all of us
editorial from "the new york times,"ette editorial board says edward snowden was a whistle-blower and says it's time for the u.s. to offer mr. snowden a plea bargain or some form of clemency. snowden's revelations about the nsa's tracking of americans' phone calls and even listening in on the calls of world leaders like german chancellor angela merkel sparked an uproar here at home and abroad and sparked this debate we've been having about privacy. "the new york times" writes when someone reveals that government officials have routinely broken the law, president obama should tell his aide today's find a way to end mr. snowden's develop fiction and give him an incentive to return home. that special panel that was appointed by president obama has recommended major changes to the way the agency operates. >> athena, we know the president has heard these calls for amnesty for snowden before. what was his response in the past? >> this is interesting. the president was asked about this right before he left for christmas break. you'll remember he had that press conference right before leaving to c
dean, and dr. scott gottlieb of the american enterprise institute. then nsa leaker edward snowden releases a christmas message with more warnings about government surveillance. >> a child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all. >> reporter: we'll ask two members of the house intelligence committee, chairman mike rogers and congressman adam schiff how to strike the balance between security and privacy. >>> plus our sunday panelists make their predictions for the year ahead. in politics, entertainment, sports and more. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> and hello again from fox news in washington. it's been a tough year for obamacare with a disastrous website rollout and disappointing enrollment numbers. but the president's health plan faces even bigger challenges january 1st when folks actually start seeing doctors under the new system. we've invited two experts to discuss what happens now. former governor, vermont governor and dr. howard dean. and dr. scott gottlieb with the american enterprise institute. dr. gottlieb, what do you think happens on january
. ♪ lou: the new york times follows up its benghazi whitewash calling for a pardon for edward snowden. national security experts on snowdon, benghazi, the middle east, and the obama foreign policy. ♪ welcome back. how is everything? there's nothing like being your own boss! and my customers are really likingour flat rate shipping. fedex one rate. rely makes my life easier. maybe a promotion is in order. good news. i got a new title. and a raise? managementouldn't make that happen. [ male announcer ] introducing fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping th the reliability of fedex. ♪ lou: we have a lot to sort out and the national media and the obama foreign policy. joining is to do just that is former cia operative michael sawyer and fox news middle eastern terrorism analyst. thank you for being here. let's turn right straight to it. the new york times report that says very simply, there is no involvement. your reaction. >> just being a mouthpiece for the administration. they want to make sure that hillary clinton as a chance said it elected. al qaeda owns eastern libya. there we
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